- alternative education
- East Turkestan
- Hong Kong
- popular education
- public art
- social change
- Krystle Van Hoof on Mapping for Change
- Mindaugas Jocbalis on Scamming for Justice
- Matthew Robinson on Art of the MOOC: Merging Public Art and Experimental Education
- Matthew Robinson on The British Uighur Plan
- Claire Sharples on The British Uighur Plan
Tag Archives: activism
Blog presentation, today 10:30am CET
Would you like to ‘virtually’ meet and hear this blog’s contributors? Join us live on our online presentation, today from 10:30am CET (9:30am UTC), on Malmo University Bambuser channel.
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Voices that challenge, inform… Influence?
‘Do not mistake information for influence’ Blogs and Bullets, Aday et al, 2010 Authority, irreverence and justice are all profoundly influential concepts and qualities. Equally important when considering influence and impact, is content, form and context. Political messages can be … Continue reading
Posted in Activism, Communication, Creative and Cultural Expression, Politics Tagged activism, collective action, pluralism, remix, Satire, smarm and snark, voices Comments Off on Voices that challenge, inform… Influence?
Art of the MOOC: Merging Public Art and Experimental Education
The rise of the MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) has taken advantage of the increasing ease with which digital technologies can be used to broadcast and interact, creating broad communities of educators and learners. Long-standing distance learning course providers such as Open … Continue reading